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Clear Creek Community
Standford Chapel AME Zion
After the church moved from Edwards Mountain to Salisbury Road in Edneyville, there was dispute over who owned the old ...
Green Mountain School
Photo Credit: Irma Mills and her students from the Green Mountain School, Fruitland. Courtesy of Heritage of Black Highlanders Collection, UNCAsheville ...
Slaves in Clear Creek
William Mills, an early white settler who lived near Clear Creek, owned 20 slaves in 1800. Court records show that ...
Black families in Edneyville have farmed in the area since before the Civil War. http://hendersonheritage.com/black-history-in-edneyville/ ...
Slave Cemeteries in Clear Creek
Two slave cemeteries, with graves marked by elongated fieldstones, have been located around Clear Creek. Slaves were sometimes buried at ...
Stanford Chapel A.M.E. Zion Church
Stanford Chapel was organized in the early 1900’s under the leadership of Rev. Hemphill, Rev. C. C. Martin, and Elder Mays ...
Mt. Zion Baptist Church At Clear Creek
A few years after the Civil War a group of settlers moved into the Fruitland-Edneyville area of Henderson County around ...
Brickton / Fletcher Community
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